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'''Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus''' (519–430 BC) was a Ancient Rome|Roman aristocrat and statesman whose service as Roman consul|consul in 460 BC and Roman dictator|dictator in 458 BC and 439 BC made him a model of civic virtue. Cincinnatus was regarded by the Romans, especially the aristocratic Patrician (ancient Rome)|patrician class, as one of the heroes of early Rome and as a model of Roman virtue and simplicity. He was a persistent opponent of the Plebs|plebeians. When his son, Caeso Quinctius, was convicted and condemned to death, Cincinnatus was forced to live in humble circumstances, working on his own small farm, until an invasion caused him to be called to serve Rome as dictator, an office which he resigned two weeks later, after completing his task of defeating the rival tribes of the Aequians, Sabines, and Volscians. His immediate resignation of his...
Birth date519 BC
Birth placeRoman Kingdom
Residence| death_date = 430 BC (aged c. 89)
Death placeRoman Republic
OfficeList of Roman consuls|Consul of the Roman Republic
Term460 BC
Term end| predecessor = Publius Valerius Publicola and Gaius Claudius Inregillensis Sabinus
SuccessorQuintus Fabius Vibulanus and Lucius Cornelius Maluginensis Uritinus
Constituency| party =
ReligionReligion in ancient Rome|Ancient Roman religion
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